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Bee Sting 21 Aug 2011 00:49 #4658

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On Wednesday, 17Aug, I was stung by a bee on the front of my ankle.
I immediately applied unactivated MMS.
A few minutes later, I applied it again.

I forgot about getting the stinger out.

It didn't look bad immediately, but the next day, it looked red and was getting swollen all around.
I started to spray MMS on it and also sprayed DMSO with the MMS.
It kind of seemed better, but it was pretty bad.

The swelling made my ankle stiff. I was still going to work, so I did not have an opportunity to apply the MMS until I got home.

On Friday, it had some small hard blisters in different areas. Different than the actual stung area.

When I got home, I applied MMS without DMSO and the blisters started draining.

I sprayed MMS two or three or four times when I could.

Today is Saturday and it looks much better.
Oh, by the way, I drink about 1/4 teaspoon of MMS activated every weekday.
I fill a 3/4 liter bottle and add about 1/4 of that with juice and drink it during the day, so all the time, I have been drinking it too.

So, the swelling is going down and the redness is only on the right in some light blotches.

I know now that I should have gotten the stinger out.

I would like to know if anybody knows of a protocol for a bee or insect sting.

If I can do something about this different, I would like to do it.

Thank you,

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Re: Bee Sting 22 Aug 2011 04:23 #4673

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Hi Joe,

The sting turned out to be rather difficult. In Jim's book he does say to apply unactivated MMS for bug bites and stings. Hopefully getting the stinger out would have made it less difficult.

However, there is another technique that appeared in one of the newsletters and worked really well on some wasp stings. I don't know which newsletter, but here is what it said:

Wasp stings cured in 10 minutes
During the seminar, one of our students reached into a bougainvillea bush to touch a very beautiful bright purple flower. Instantly two wasps stung her on the wrist. She is one of those people who swell excessively with insect bites and she would usually have a bad two or three weeks with such a sting. This time, she didn't even consult me. She had already studied that section of the class material. She immediately went into the dining room, got a shot glass, and put in 4 drops of MMS and 4 drops of citric acid. She turned her wrist and the shot glass sideways so that the glass would cover the wasp stings but the MMS liquid would not run out on her arm.
Do you see what she was doing? She was treating the wasp stings with MMS gas (chlorine dioxide gas). Just the gas, nothing more. She did this for only about 2.5 minutes, and the swelling, which had already started, immediately began to subside. By the end of 10 minutes, the swelling and pain were gone and only the two tiny holes were left.
• The chlorine dioxide gas destroyed any poison covering the holes, it entered the holes, and it destroyed the poison inside them.
It is a hundred times more powerful than the poison. The tiniest amount of gas is all it takes, and the gas does no trace of harm to the body cells.

Same Technique for Staph
That is exactly the same process that you could use on MRSA (a staph infection) to save someone's life.

Thanks for the report Joe,

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Re: Bee Sting 03 Jun 2017 00:50 #55782

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My daughter has serum sickness. A honeybee sting her 7 days back. How can mms help clear this immune complex? She has a foot rash, diarrhea, fever and itching... Any information we'd appreciate! :)

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